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Tuesday hand-drumming session a family-friendly activity

By Paul Roberts Special to The PREVIEW Join musician and music therapist Paul Roberts for a free hand-drumming class at the Pagosa Lakes Clubhouse on Tuesday, July 2, at noon.…

Patsy Cline tribute show to benefit Veterans for Veterans

By June Marquez Special to The PREVIEW Kick off your Fourth of July festivities with a show sure to make you laugh, sing and shed a tear or two. This…

Tax credit means voting is half price for Seeds’ Dancing with the Pagosa Stars

By Tess Wisher Special to The SUN The wine has been ordered, the decorations are arriving and the stars are hard at work practicing their dances with their talented coaches.…

Community Band’s patriotic concert set for 2 p.m. on July 4

Community Band’s patriotic concert set for 2 p.m. on July 4

By Kathy Wadenpfuhl Special to The PREVIEW The Pagosa Springs Instrumental Music Society and The Springs Resort present the Community Band in a patriotic concert on July 4, at 2…

Celebrate the Fourth with a star-spangled concert

Celebrate the Fourth with a star-spangled concert

By Linda Parker Special to The PREVIEW “America! America! God shed His grace on thee!” Those familiar words by Katerine Lee Bates will echo through the sanctuary of the Community…

Parking regulations for Fourth of July parade

By William R. Rockensock Special to The SUN Flatbed trailers/viewing stands will be prohibited from parking along the Fourth of July parade route on U.S. 160 until after 11:50 p.m.…

70th Red Ryder Roundup Rodeo set for July 4-6

70th Red Ryder Roundup Rodeo set for July 4-6

By Lisa Scott Special to The SUN A traditional American rodeo is a must-see event. Join the fun as cowboys and cowgirls from various states compete for prizes and prize…

Becoming ourselves, our legacy

I woke up, let Whiskey out, patted my Sweet Al on the head, then hit the button on the Keurig as I pondered my next article. How do we move…

19th Hole Concert Series continues tonight

By Evelyn Tennyson Special to The PREVIEW Last week’s nonprofit host for the 19th Hole Concert series was Aspen House. Along with local musicians the San Juan Mountain Boys, almost…

Thingamajig’s ‘Jekyll & Hyde, The Musical’ an operatic descent into darkness

Thingamajig’s ‘Jekyll & Hyde, The Musical’ an operatic descent into darkness

By Bill Hudson Special to The PREVIEW While writing his Gothic novella, “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” in 1886, Robert Louis Stevenson probably had no idea…